HoneyDo - Chores Made Easy

Sean Kuschel, Western Oregon University
Mohammed Alhakami, Western Oregon University
Rakan Zughbi, Western Oregon University

This presentation was delivered on May 28, 2020 at Western Oregon University Academic Excellence Showcase (Monmouth, OR).

Abstract

HoneyDo is a web application that is designed to make assigning and remembering chores a snap for you and your entire family. With its intuitive and easy to use Chore Scheduler you can select the room that you would like the chore done in like the living room, kitchen, or yard. You can then select the type of work you would like to assign or remember, such as vacuum, mow, or dust. Next you simply assign the chore to yourself or a member of your family. There is also the option to have the chore repeat itself automatically every week, every other week, or monthly. If the chore needs to be done in a timely manner or isn’t that important you can select a priority for the chore from 1 to 3.

You can view and manage all of the chores that you have assigned or that have been assigned to you from the View Chores page. Here you can edit chores, including who it is assigned to, due date, and priority. You can also delete chores that you have assigned and when you complete a chore you can mark it complete from this page. Convenient emails will be sent directly to your inbox when a chore has been assigned to you, when a chore is do, and when a chore you assigned to a family member has been completed.

From the View/Add Family Member page, you can manage the members of you household family. Create your own family and add all the members of your household so that chores can easily be assigned to them or they can assign chores to you. All of these features enable HoneyDo to make remembering to do chores around the house a breeze.

 

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